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From Tim Bain <>
Subject Re: when does ActiveMQ 6.x releases?
Date Mon, 24 Jul 2017 13:10:57 GMT
Keep in mind too that Artemis started from the HornetQ codebase, and so
many portions of the broker code are more mature than the Artemis release
dates would imply. That's not to say that there haven't been changes, and
bugs, since, but the code wasn't written from the ground up when Artemis
development began.


On Jul 24, 2017 2:02 AM, "Michael André Pearce" <>

> Currently there is no time line for Apache ActiveMQ Artemis to turn into
> 6.x afaik. Nor still any confirmation it will be renamed to that. It may
> just live in as it has been for the last few years.
> Apache ActiveMQ Artemis, It is used in production environments already (we
> are adopting it in my org), and also is already on its second major version
> as such is mature as anything else.
> Re client support, it has OpenWire (activemq5.x protocol) support so you
> should be able to switch over relatively easily, without changing your
> client code, if you're using standard JMS.
> Artemis also supports AMQP, MQTT and many more standard wire protocols.
> Re the Kafka vs JMS (ActiveMQ or any other) broker tbh, it's like nosql vs
> sql both have their place and should be used complementary to each other
> not as replacement. In my org we run them side by side complimenting each
> other and bridging message flows between the two so we can benefit from
> both worlds and all the features we need for different scenarios.
> Sent from my iPhone
> > On 24 Jul 2017, at 08:24, wangqinghuan <> wrote:
> >
> >  I have a project integrated  with ActiveMQ5.9 client that interacts with
> > ActiveMQ5.9 broker. As the increasement of data flow(over one thousand
> per
> > second),  ActiveMQ5.9 broker is not confident as previous(there are some
> > "inactive channel" and "connection reset" exception in activemq.log).
> >  In order to improve performace , I intend to build a activeMQ cluster to
> > distribute data to multiple ActiveMQ broker,  but there is no such
> > distributed solution for ActiveMQ5.x (failover doesn't satisfy our
> > scenarios, it behaves more like a hot-standby rather than a
> load-banlance).
> > Although somone suggests to replace AcitveMQ with KafKa  that is more
> fast
> > and support load balance,  I didn't want to do  because of the enormous
> > workload of changing from activeMQ to kafka.
> >  Recently, I understand a sub project called Artemis , can provide
> > outstanding performance and is possible to become ActiveMQ 6.x. It seems
> > like that ActiveMQ6.x is a perfect answer for us. What's the
> approximately
> > time point ActiveMQ6.x release? If it releases, can I replace ActiveMQ5.X
> > broker with ActiveMQ6.X  broker directly without upgrading ActiveMQ
> client
> > that embedded in project (keep ActiveMQ5.9 client unchanged)?
> >
> >
> >
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